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Find the answers to your questions about Moonriders here.
London to Cambridge- 10 May
London to Brighton- 12 July
Halloween- 25 October
Entries for Moonriders are open now. Apply for your place at www.moonriders.co.uk|. During registration, you can choose to support Macmillan as your chosen charity. Upon completing your registration, you will receive a fundraising pack and training guide from us. This can also be found electronically in the participants’ area of the Moonriders website.
You will need to pledge to raise a minimum of £300 for Macmillan on top of your £49 registration fee. We will support you in this by providing you with a fundraising guide with hints and tips.
Moonriders is a major fundraising event for Macmillan Cancer Support. Your support will go a huge way to help people affected by cancer, for example:
When you join Team Macmillan you will be supported throughout your entire event experience. In addition to our initial fundraising pack, we'll send you regular newsletters with tips to help you prepare for the big day. And if that isn't enough, we will give support to you through the night and offer a well-deserved congratulations at the end of the event.
Moonriders is challenging, but perfect for those of any cycling ability. While some take part with friends, people also come on their own, so it's a great way of meeting new people. So whether you’re a beginner or a pro, this is the event for you.
Macmillan challenges are designed to be accessible to anyone of average fitness and a full training programme will be included in your fundraising pack, bespoke to this 100km challenge.
Any type of standard bike is suitable for Moonriders so use the style you are most comfortable with. The only condition is that it is in good, working order! The route will take place on roads so a road/racer style bike is best suited and will make the ride easier.
If you are injured while training we recommend you contact your GP or a specialist sports injury clinic. They will be able to advise you if you are fit enough to take part. If you do need to withdraw you will need to notify the event organisers as soon as possible. Please let Team Macmillan know that you will not be taking part.
If you get injured during the challenge, you will be supported by roaming medics and an experienced event crew who will be on-hand to help you out if needed.
If you have any further questions that aren't answered here, then get in touch with the Macmillan biking team on 020 7840 7875 or e-mail: email@example.com|.
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